I'm commissioner of my league this year, and we have our annual live offline draft a week from tomorrow in a conference room at the office where several of our members work. It's our 5th annual draft, and each year we make the time limit between selections really short (like between 90 seconds and two minutes), in order to keep the draft from running too long. (12 team league).
Part of me really wants to make the time longer, to keep folks from having to rush their picks. It's not a really wild, rowdy group, and the drink of choice is soda, not booze, so a majority are down-to-business drafters, who I suspect like the fast pace and don't want to be there all day/night.
My question to you: is this short time-limit unreasonable? What kind of time limit do you put on your offline drafts?